Old Government House
A UNESCO World Heritage Site
Old Government House is the oldest surviving public building in Australia – and one of the 11 Australian Convict Sites listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Register.
The building played a significant administrative role during the convict era. It was also the ‘country residence’ of the first ten Governors of New South Wales.
Today, this elegant Georgian house in the heart of Parramatta Park is open to the public as a museum. It is managed by the National Trust of Australia (NSW).
Use the Pitt Street entrance when visiting Old Government House.
Old Government House has reopened to the public on Thursdays to Sundays (10am - 4pm) with a limited capacity of 60 people per hour. You must pre-purchase your tickets via the Old Government House Eventbrite ticketing page. They are currently not taking any group bookings.
See National Trust of Australia website for more information.
Don't miss a meal at Lachlan's Restaurant which has reopened on the same days.